Tasmanian Waratah Telopea truncata Australian Native | X 10 Seeds
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Common Name: Tasmanian Waratah
Scientific Name: Telopea Truncata
Remarks: Large evergreen bush from the Proteaceae family, which flowers from October to January, most commonly in deep crimson pinks flowers.
Plant Height: 4.5m
Sowing Depth + Method: Raise seedlings. Prefer sandy loam soil, are prone to fungal root rot, good drainage is a must.
When: Spring + Autumn is best, but can sow all year round.
Position: Full sun/part sun, sheltered from wind.
Days until germination: 3 – 6 weeks.
Number of Seeds: 10
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